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Oxford Film Fest Partners with Audience Awards for ‘Best of Shorts Fest’ Contest

oxford film festivalThe Oxford Film Festival is hosting an online showcase of their alumni filmmakers’ short films by partnering with The Audience Awards for a “Best of Shorts Fest” award. The contest is comprised of short films that have screened at the Oxford Film Festival during the past 12 years. The short film contest hosted by the Audience Awards will take place from Oct. 6-15, 2015.

“The Oxford Film Festival is very excited to partner with Audience Awards for this special contest that benefits our filmmaker alumni and showcases all the great talent from the last 12 years,” said Melanie Addington, narrative shorts
programmer and executive director of Oxford Film Festival.

The Audience Awards is a great way to watch a variety of films created by Oxford Film Fest alumni as well as give film fans an opportunity to support their favorite filmmakers and give them some recognition. All they need to do is vote on the Audience Awards website anytime between Oct. 6-15, 2015.

The winner is awarded an all-expenses trip (flight, hotel and VIP pass) to the 2016 Oxford Film Festival (February 17-21, 2016), will receive the film festival’s celebrated Hoka Award during the awards ceremony and have a re-screening of the film. The second and third runners up will receive credit from the Audience Awards.

To vote for your favorite film, visit https://theaudienceawards.com/b/ oxfordfilmfestival/oxford-film-festival-best-of-shorts-fest-46795

For more information on the Audience Awards partnering with Oxford Film Festival, call 877-560-3456 or visit the website https://theaudienceawards.com. The Oxford Film Festival is accepting submissions until November 15. The
festival will be held February 17-21, 2016. More information is available at http://www.oxfordfilmfest.com.

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